You can use the application Metafile to PDF Converter Command Line to convert metafile such as EMF, RTF, etc. to PDF documents. The command line application also supports to convert metafiles to PDF documentssuch as converting .
Metafile to PDF Converter Command Line is really an excellent application which is able to preserve text and vector information of the original files, thus the output PDF documents will be printed at high resolutions. It is also faster then other products for it does not depend on any other virtual PDF printers when converting.
You can download Metafile to PDF Converter Command Line for free trial at http://www.verypdf.com/tif2pdf/image2pdf_emf2pdf_cmd.zip and you just need to extract the ZIP file into your computer and then the executable file emf2pdf.exe will be available and you can call it in the command line window.
Please open MS-DOS prompt window if you want to convertin batches because you need to input command line into MS-DOS prompt window.
You can use the hot key “Window”+ “R” combination on the keyboard or click “Start”—“Run” to open “Run” dialog box in which you can input “CMD” or “cmd” in “Open” combo box. Then please click “OK” button. You will be able to see MS-DOS prompt window instantly.
The command line to be inputted into the command line prompt window is consisted of called program, source file and target file. The called program is the executable file emf2pdf.exe in the extracted package. The source files are the RTF documents which need to be converted to PDF documents in batches. The target files are the created PDF documents.
emf2pdf.exe D:\*.emf D:\*.pdf
This is only a command line sample for your reference. When you write your own command line into the prompt window, you should use the path of each parameter. Please see the following example.
"C:\Program Files\image2pdf_emf2pdf_cmd3.2\emf2pdf.exe" "D:\My Documents\*.rtf" "D:\*.pdf"
"C:\Program Files\image2pdf_emf2pdf_cmd3.2\emf2pdf.exe" is the path of emf2pdf.exe and you just need to drag the executable file into MS-DOS prompt window to get the file path for convenience.
"D:\My Documents\*.rtf" is the path of source files. When the conversion from rtf to pdf is started, the command line application will search for each RTF documents in this path and convert them to PDF documents one by one.
"D:\*.pdf" is the path of target file, which means the target PDF documents will be saved in this path automatically.
At last, you should run the batch conversion from rtf to pdf by clicking “Enter” button on the keyboard.
The command line application have developer license and server license which are designed for different users. If you want to use the application on server, you can buy server license. If you want to use the application as a developing tool, please purchase the developer license. There are more functions and features about the application at its homepage.